Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Cisco Names Rob Lloyd as EVP of Worldwide Operations

Cisco has named Robert Lloyd, 52 as its Executive Vice President (EVP) of Worldwide Operations, replacing
Richard Justice, who is stepping down from his day-to-day responsibilities due to health reasons. Justice will remain at Cisco as a part-time executive advisor to Chairman and CEO John Chambers.

In his new role, Lloyd will report directly to Chairman and CEO John Chambers, and will be responsible for oversight of Cisco's Worldwide Sales, Worldwide Channels, Internet Business Solutions Group and Strategic Alliances organizations. Corporate Development, also previously within Justice's organization, will now report directly to Chambers under the continued leadership of Senior Vice President (SVP) Ned Hooper. Lloyd has worked at Cisco for 14 years, most recently as SVP of U.S., Canada and Japan Operations.


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